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Guidance concerning Air Navigation in and above the NAT MNPSA

CHAPTER 4:

FLIGHT PLANNING................................................................................................................... 20

    • 4.1

      FLIGHT PLAN REQUIREMENTS ...................................................................................................................................20 General............................................................................................................................................................. 20 Routings ........................................................................................................................................................... 20 Flight Levels .................................................................................................................................................... 21 ATC Flight Plans ............................................................................................................................................. 21

    • 4.2

      FLIGHT PLANNING REQUIREMENTS ON SPECIFIC ROUTES ................................................................................22 Flights Planning on the Organised Track System............................................................................................ 22 Flights Planning on Random Route Segments in a Generally Eastbound or Westbound Direction at/or South of 70°N ............................................................................................................................................................ 23 Flights Planning on a Generally Eastbound or Westbound Direction on Random Route Segments North of 70°N................................................................................................................................................................. 23 Flights Planning on Random Routes in a Generally Northbound or Southbound Direction ........................... 23 Flights Planning to Enter or Leave the NAT Region via the European or North American Regions.............. 23 Flights Planning to Operate Without Using HF Communications................................................................... 24

CHAPTER 5:

OCEANIC ATC CLEARANCES................................................................................................ 25

    • 5.1

      GENERAL..........................................................................................................................................................................25

    • 5.2

      CONTENTS OF CLEARANCES ......................................................................................................................................26

    • 5.3

      OCEANIC CLEARANCES FOR WESTBOUND FLIGHTS ROUTING VIA 61°N 010°W............................................27

    • 5.4

      OCEANIC CLEARANCES FOR FLIGHTS INTENDING TO OPERATE WITHIN THE NAT REGION AND SUBSEQUENTLY ENTER THE EUR OR NAM REGIONS ...........................................................................................27

    • 5.5

      OCEANIC CLEARANCES FOR RANDOM FLIGHTS INTENDING TO OPERATE WITHIN THE NAT REGION AND SUBSEQUENTLY ENTER REGIONS OTHER THAN NAM OR EUR ................................................................28

    • 5.6

      OCEANIC FLIGHTS ORIGINATING FROM THE CAR OR SAM REGIONS AND ENTERING NAT MNPS AIRSPACE VIA THE NEW YORK OCA.........................................................................................................................28

    • 5.7

      ERRORS ASSOCIATED WITH OCEANIC CLEARANCES ..........................................................................................28 ATC System Loop Errors ................................................................................................................................ 28 Waypoint Insertion Errors ............................................................................................................................... 29

CHAPTER 6:

COMMUNICATIONS AND POSITION REPORTING PROCEDURES .............................. 30

6.1

ATS COMMUNICATIONS ...............................................................................................................................................30 HF Voice Communications ............................................................................................................................. 30

SELCAL ....................................................................................................................................................... 31 VHF Voice Communications........................................................................................................................... 31 SATCOM Voice Communications ................................................................................................................. 32 Datalink Communications ............................................................................................................................... 32

    • 6.2

      INTER-PILOT AIR-TO-AIR VHF FACILITY 123.45 MHZ AND EMERGENCY FREQUENCY 121.5 MHZ.............33

    • 6.3

      POSITION REPORTING...................................................................................................................................................33 Time and Place of Position Reports................................................................................................................. 33 Contents of Position Reports ........................................................................................................................... 33 Standard Message Types ................................................................................................................................. 34 Addressing of Position Reports ....................................................................................................................... 34

    • 6.4

      “WHEN ABLE HIGHER” (WAH) REPORTS ..................................................................................................................35

    • 6.5

      METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS .....................................................................................................................................35

    • 6.6

      HF COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE................................................................................................................................36 General Provisions........................................................................................................................................... 36 Communications Procedures for Use in the Event of an On-board HF Equipment Failure ............................ 37 Communications Procedures for Use during Poor HF Propagation Conditions .............................................. 37 Rationale for Lost Communications Operational Procedures.......................................................................... 38 Tactical ATC Environment........................................................................................................................... 38 Procedural ATC Environment....................................................................................................................... 38 Operational Procedures following Loss of HF Communications Prior to Entry into the NAT ....................... 39 On-Board HF Communications Equipment Failure...................................................................................... 39 HF Blackout.................................................................................................................................................. 39 Operational Procedures following Loss of HF Communications after Entering the NAT .............................. 40 Summary of Operational Procedures Required following Loss of Air/Ground ATS Communications in the NAT Region..................................................................................................................................................... 40

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